The first major announcement of this weekend's convention is out and it's a doozy.
An Ohio man who was one of the first to obtain an official Superman license plate is already suffering from DC Comics' editorial interference.
The BBC finally breaks its silence on the long-rumored rediscovery of Doctor Who episodes lost for decades.
An actual organization called the Rising Tide is pissed about the Rising Tide in Marvel's popular Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. television show.
While the BBC remains silent, reports of the recovery of long-lost episodes of Doctor Who go international.
The octogenarian is worried there are too many crossovers in comics, but it's Dark Horse and Dynamite, so it will probably be worth it.
THE BIGGEST WEEK IN ENTHUSIAST HISTORY rolls on with our regularly scheduled episode.
The savior of "G.I. Joe", has left the project. In even worse news, it's now gained another writer whose credits include this summer's great disaster, "The Lone Ranger."
The first Star Wars: Rebels teaser trailer actually does tease the viewer.
Dead or alive you'll wish you didn't read this comic.
A new comic line featuring comics based on Disney attractions will be announced at NYCC.
A teaser for the upcoming event Age of Darkness features no artwork of hyper-sexualized female characters.
Wow! Greg Land has gotten really good at tracing!
They all watched it on DVR.
I just can't put my finger on where I've seen something like it before.
Suffering from teaser fatigue? This one might give you a chuckle.
UK media outlet Radio Times claims missing Doctor Who episodes dating from the Patrick Troughton era was been recovered.
This is exciting guys, for our inaugural edition of our regular interviews with some of the best comics creators of today, I'm joined by Action Age's Chad Bowers and Chris Sims to chat about Awesome Hospital, Subatomic Party Girls, and the upcoming graphic novel, Down Set Fight.
The polls are open!
Believe it or not, that's a completely straight headline, and this is a real story.
The director's opening sequence for The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror XXIV is kind of awesome.
A review of the new original graphic novel from Warren Ellis and Mike McKone.
Top Cow & Heroes & Villains Entertainment bring another week of Samurai epicness.
Could this be the project Marvel teased in February?
On Thursday Quesada rested, on Friday Marvel declared teaser WAR. NOW!
DC announced a five month crossover event featuring four books.
A Cult Favorite show with a Cult Favorite Guest? Ridiculous.
A teaser trailer for Legendary Pictures' Godzilla has shown up. NUFF SAID!!!
And this, fanboys, is why we can't have nice things.
Niam Suggitt reviews this week's Marvel Pop-Art Productions and stuff from Brand Ecch. (Sorry DC) Oh, and there's an Image book too!